Read about consultancy and research the Institute is involved in:
Tackling bias in AI recruitment tools
AI is being increasingly used within HR and recruitment. Not only does AI boast streamlined processes and improved services, but it promises to augment HR decisions and improve the employee journey.
Autonomous moral AI
As an institute, with the aim of finding a way to practically embed ethics into artificial intelligence, we are comprised of a team of inter-disciplinary academic researchers from across the University.
Tackling online hate
One of the questions Chara Bakalis has explored in her research is how the law should approach the regulation of online hate.
Blenheim Palace: provides real time management of customers movement
Blenheim Palace has engaged Oxford Brookes University to develop an AI-enabled, real-time visitor management system.
Development of AI systems that learn ethical and moral constraints
Rebecca Raper, a senior consultant at the IEAI is working on developing systems where moral and ethical constraints can be taught to an AI system.
A role for validation
Oxford Brookes University is creating networks of companies in the HR and legal sectors to understand what tests and kitemarks a company can ask that AI developers run on their systems so the companies can understand how the system works.
Brethertons Solicitors: creating the legal firm of the future
Brethertons solicitors wanted to do more than just implement a new IT system; they had a vision for something bigger.
Moorcrofts Law: development of a dangerous clause identifier
Moorcrofts are an innovative law firm looking to use AI and other advanced IT tools to create systems that can enhance their clients’ business.
AI predictive data modelling in diabetes management
This research seeks to improve the health of diabetic and pre-diabetic patients and has increased collaboration and data analysis internationally in the NHS and business.
The Visual Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
This research is focussed on automatically recognising human behaviour in streaming videos.
Nominet: Identifying fraudulent activities
Nominet has oversight of the .co.uk domain for the internet. They receive millions of interactions every day, from these they need to identify those activities which are fraudulent or are adversarial in nature, trying to harm them and their customers’ systems.
Identifying parameters that influence decisions in AI systems
Understanding how an AI system comes to a result is essential if people are willing to trust an AI system.
All decisions arising from machines have levels of uncertainty. Current methods for dealing with uncertainty such as Bayesian statistics have severe limitations.
Supporting professional services in their use of AI
The UK government has selected Oxford Brookes University to provide support on the use of data analysis and AI to professional service companies such as law and accountancy firms.